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care. >> for the first time in more than three decades, california voters will decide whether or not to abolish the death penalty, and if the state's three strikes law should be reform reformed. the controversy continues over san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi's future even after he's reinstated by the board of supervisors. >>> plus writer lynn povich and her husband, steve shepard on journalism's transition to the digital age, coming up next. >>> good evening. i'm belva davis and welcome to this week in northern california. joining me on our news panel tonight are barbara taylor, kcbs city hall reporter and scott shafer, host of the california report on kqed public radio. and carla marinucci, san francisco chronicle senior political writer. carla, there is so much going on in politics today. let's start with the vice presidential debate. people said they wanted action. what did they get? >> that's right. you could almost hear the cheers coming out of san francisco, the bars and so forth as it was going on this week. a slugfest, a political slugfest. this is what the democra
with bill clinton in california, and clinton will be on the campaign trail all week, and this as a new gallup poll showing a tighter race after the debate. the president now up by just three points after being up by six points at his peak. abc's david kerley is on the campaign trail tonight in florida. >> reporter: 9,000 flag-waving romney supporters jammed the town square, 6,000 last night, all ready to turn the president out of office. >> you all have the chance to hear his answers or his not answers -- nonanswers. now, of course, days later we're hearing his excuses, and next january we'll be watching him leave the white house for the last time. >> reporter: team romney is feeling the momentum from his debate performance, and the obama campaign is admitting even the president realizes he didn't perform at his peak. >> i think you can assume that he's reviewed the tape, and it will inform -- it will inform how he handles these subsequent debates. >> reporter: it wasn't all bad news, the president was buoyed by the drop in the unemployment rate to below 8%, and he broke his own record
night. currently the average price of gas in california is $4.65. a month ago it was $4.17. in san francisco gas is averaging $4.73. oakland, san jose, $4.67. ktvu's ann rubin has more on the reason behind the price spike. >> reporter: another day, another price hike at the pump. californians are paying a record amount. gas here is 84 cents higher than the national average. >> the prices are crazy. >> people need a break. it is way too high. >> i try not to drive. >> reporter: but some have no choice. the driver has been documenting how much he spends each day and calculating how much extra he needs to work to cover the expenses. >> to the driver and the price of the fare still the same. >> reporter: at pizzaman drivers get reumbursed by the mile. -- reimbursed by the mile. >> hard to hire people. >> reporter: experts blame the spike on a power failure last week and the scale back after the fire in august, this when there are typically shortages as california switches to winter blends. that is why he is glad he can fill up for under $20. >> i am grateful and only use the bike when
was hit in the head but wasn't seriously hurt. the group was arrested at california and battery streets. >>> occupy protestors have returned to san jose city hall. they first set up an encampment in october but they left and now ten are back to observe the movements first anniversary. they say their protest is peaceful and meant to educate the public about their cause. we have more information about a story we first told you about yesterday here on mornings on 2. the woman killed in a crash on southbound 880 has been identified as 49-year-old palo alto resident charlotte sue seth faith. that is when police say her car was hit by a suspected drunk driver. she died at the scene. >>> daly city police are investigating the accident that killed one six-year-old girl and two others with life threatening injuries. officers aren't sure why a mini van plowed into a group of pedestrians at a st. andrews church yesterday morning. a six-year-old girl, her mother and another were taken to the hospital where the girl died. >> you know it could be somebody that we know's relative or something. i'm jus
california voters can cast early ballots. >> a scandal at the vatican, this time, the butler says he did it. the information he took, and the punishment just happened down. >> the political debate that could turn into a two man comedy show, when you can see two familiar faces go head to head on stage. [ male announcer ] the career landscape of america is changing. new jobs are here, and by 2025, we could have millions more that demand qualified college graduates. many in the bay area. at devry university, our market-responsive bachelor's and master's degree programs can give you what you need to succeed in today's careers and the ones on the horizon. get the know how you need for a new tomorrow at our 4 bay area locations, online or both. learn more at devry.edu. and let nothing stand in your way. >>> pope's butler will serve a 18 month sent for documents. the butler says he leaked the pope's private correspondence out of love for the church and pope. the book reveals that the petty in fighting innages of corruption and homosexual associated with the roman catholic church. >>> closer to hom
angeles for two days of fundraising in california. tonight he'll appear at a star-studded fundraising rally in los angeles where bon jovi, stevie wonder and katy perry, a few of the folks performing there. mitt romney has an event that's about to get under way in florida. a live report from the trail. in just a few moments. and there's also a new poll of likely voters in colorado. that was taken after the debate at the university of denver. that poll shows the president with a four-point edge, 47-43%. more on all of these stories throughout the next two hours. but we start in the sunshine state. where mitt romney will be holding the rally in just a few minutes. you can see a live picture there right now, live picture of him on -- live picture on stage right now. and that is congressman allen west in the foreground. this is his third straight day of campaigning in florida. nbc's peter alexander in port st. lucie where the romney campaign bus just arrived. what's the word there, mr. alexander? >> they're just getting started as you can hear, allen west speaking right now. joined by the
to call police. >>> tsunami advisory is in place for several parts of california and after it happened in hawaii. they went off on coastal areas in oahu after it was downgraded to an advisory a few hours later. the big ewaves sighted was 5 feet near maui and it was 15 minutes after the warning went into effect. >> it is appropriate for them to go home. we are doing things to make sure it is safe for them to go home. >> california advisory was much administered near the lala point. the earthquake that triggered the warnings was a 7.7. it hit off the west coast of canada. no damage from the quake. they say this is the largest earthquake in canada since 1949. >>> several flights in and out of the bay area have been canceled thanks to hurricane sandy. more cancellations are likely. people are told to moved to higher ground. it comes after hurricane sandy merged with two other winter storm systems and this is what they are calling a very dangerous storm. >> cristina mendonsaie has -- chris chrisie, the governor has ordered a state of emergency. >> forecasters expect the storm to make landfa
in their closet. joining me now, congresswoman jackie spear, democrat from california and nia-malika henderson, political reporter for the washington post. thank you both for being here tonight. >> thank you, reverend. >> congresswoman, governor romney still endorses richard mourdock. what does that say? >> i think what it says is mitt romney is embracing the extremist apportion party of the republican right wing. it's not just mourdock. it's todd akin, joe walsh, a number of candidates who say women who ra raped should not have the choice to terminate the pregnancy. and there there are as many as 1.3 million rapes in this country. some 30,000 of those victims will become pregnant. >> now, does it bother you, then, given the extremism that is being represented, that he has put this moderate face on? does it worry you or get away with it? >> well, i hope the american people won't stop with that. he was holding olive branches in his hands and his position on women issues is truly unclear and with the gender gap being where it is right now, i think women need to scrutinize what he says and does a
10/19/12 10/19/12 [captioning made possible by democracy now!] >> from california, this is "democracy now!" [cheers] >> having received the majority vote, hereby declared the 1972 democratic nominee for president of the united states. >> today in a "democracy now!" special, we look at the life and legacy of senator george mcgovern, best known for running against president richard nixon and an anti-4 platform. >> as one whose heart has eight for the past 10 years of the agony of vietnam, i will hold the senseless bombing on and our role day. >> as a family spokesperson confirms senator mcgovern is in hospice care, unresponsive and there in the end of his life, we will play extended excerpts of the documentary "one bright shining moment: the forgotten summer of george mcgovern." it traces his historic campaigne presidency. >> that is the highlight of my life, i guess, winning the democratic nomination of the oldest political party in american history. i remember excited faces, people laughing and talking, some weeping. there was a lot of emotion and passion in that c
is hosted by the university of southern california schwarzenegger's institute for state and global policy. panelists include senator john mccain and former senator tom daschle. >> we all breathe the same air. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the chairman of the institute and the inaugural holder of the governor downey chair professor of state and global policy at u.s.e., governor arnold schwarzenegger. [applause] >> thank you. thank you. thank you very much. thank you very much for the fantastic introduction. that's exactly the way i wrote it. [laughter] also thank you very much for your great partnership. one thing i wanted to correct what you said today is i did not win miss universe. different bikinis, waxing, all of those things i did not win that competition. it's mr. universe. anyway, i want to say how enthusiastic i am about being in partnership with u.s.c. the president from the beginning was -- we were drawn to his creativity and vision. his extraordinary vision and commitment to u.s.c. and schwarzenegger institute is unmatched. to be honest also, great being the only one tha
of maintaining a dynamic industry. so part of the reason that i went to california is to understand what drives innovation and investment in this industry, but also to hear from them about ways that washington could be more engaged to make sure that our decisions, you know, both reflect the nature of the business and help them do what they do even better. >> host: final question, eliza krigman. >> let's talk about the politics at the fcc. do you feel any pressure to be more conservative than commissioner mcdowell, and do you consult with one another about a team approach on the issues? >> guest: i don't feel any pressure one way or the other. i can tell you we've never had any conversation like that, nor have i had a similar conversation about small p politics with any of my colleagues. it's remarkable how well we work together. the vast majority of our work is done on a bipartisan, consensus basis, and when we do have concerns, tease are issues where reasonable people can disagree, and we approach the disagreement in that way. and so i've been very fortunate to have four colleagues who are ble
oakland california is going to be along a little bit later as well as stephanie, the head of emily's list great organization promoting pro-choice democratic women for offices everywhere, state and local and federal office. dave zirin our own sports guy will be along to talk about them giants. but first -- >> this is the "full court press." >> on this thursday, other headlines making news, we'll start with the giants. world series game one last night. san francisco beat the detroit tigers 8-3. thanks to pablo sandoval hitting three home runs. he becomes the only fourth player in history to ever pound three homers in a world series game along with reggie jackson babe ruth and albert pujols. >> he's in good company. that's decent company. >> bill: they have put him right in the -- they should put him right in the hall of fame. >> detroit pitcher justin verlander gave up five runs in four innings of work. game two in san francisco. baumgartner takes the mound for the giants. >> bill: i saw when the pitching coach
person -- camp pendleton is 500 square miles in california. why not sell it? >>neil: my point, when you say it is too big to handle, you are missing the point, you cannot cut $16 trillion debt but you can boom your way from it. we are losing sight and what bill clinton learned in 1993, 1994, if you present a plan that looks credible like you want to reverse the direction, sometimes that creates a boom in and of itself and inspires confidence in the market that has little confidence right now. i blame both parties, by the way. if you give them a guidepost and show you have now planted your plan, you will be off to the races. i hope and i want to see that tomorrow night. will i? >>guest: i don't know if you will or not. i have been waiting for romney to come hitting the growth agenda and low rate flat tax-and-spending reductions and the other ways of bringing the national debt down. i have not seen it. the 4 percent tax rate came out i thought he said he was proud of paying 14 percent and everyone else should pay 14 percent. i shouldn't be the only one paying 14 percent. he did not do it
that the california science center will do a great job, and to see it get here is even better. >> and don said, why don't we talk about it, why don't you just take the wings off this thing? not so easy. >> not so easy, it as a thermal protection component, it would be a big challenge to take those things off. could you do it? yes, not a smart thing to do. so that is why we had to develop the route and get through the city. >> and you know, don, stephanie waits, and every time she hears "tight corners," the problem is there were trees in some neighborhoods they didn't want to cut down, the controversy, they had to cut down about 400 trees, science center said they put back two for every one they cut down. but there were some older neighborhoods where they didn't want to cut them down. so it made the clearances literally just a couple of inches on either side. and that has slowed them down, but these people have been really great troopers, you know, out here for four or fiveours already, waiting on space shuttle "endeavour." so you know what a big event this is here in the los angeles area. don? >> a
francisco bay. our top story on a fox trip across america. >>> california. that boat carrying two dozen people when it began taking on water near alcatraz island. the coast guard reporting the 40-foot vessel hit an unknown object. the coast guard was nearby rescuing everybody on board. >>> texas. a big rig hauling 50-pound bags of pinto beans goes off a driver. the driver not hurt. police say a blown tire likely caused the 18 wheeler to flip off the interstate and land on its side spilling, you guessed it, the beans. crews spent hours trying to lift the truck out of the embankment. pennsylvania. the fbi investigating after someone made off with an unknown amount of newly redesigned and still unreleased $100 bills. the feds saying the money was being shipped from dallas to the federal reserve bank near philadelphia. police want merchants who see the unusual looking new $100 bills to contact the fbi. >>> back to california. and a san diego high school. 18-year-old ivan mendoza who has down's syndrome crowned home coming king during halftime in front of classmates. several of the school's
of the reasons unemployment looked better for one week was that california hadn't filed 33,000 jobs, which is truly weird. then you look at gasoline prices. california was i think peaked atat $5.87 a gal last week. andweek. >> greta: the strategy since the last campaign largely has been to criticize governor romney, saying he's a liar. i suspect tomorrow the president 8 come out -- not going to say he's a liar, but do everything to make that the message to the american people. can he do that without looking like a bully or petty himself? >> well, i don't think obama will look like a bully because i think romney can stand up to him. i don't think he has that potential. the challenge he has is that -- essentially the obama case has degenerated to, yes the president is inadequate, but romney would be worse. that's the heart of his basic message. romney can say, you know, the american people deserve to know the truth about banghazi, what happened? why did you send the u.n. ambassador out to five different shows to say something that was false? and then he's been on campaign trail being that di
. major cities, refinery problems we have, california, chicago, indiana, you name it mainly because these refineries have to make these incredibly difficult blends of gasoline every summer and we create government mandated shortage driving up the cost of gasoline in the major cities and the rest of the country suffering as well. neil: so what is going on leaving aside the environmental restrictions and limitations on just drilling, where does this go? >> right now gasoline prices probably will start coming down because we will start burning the wintertime blend of gasoline, the price of oil is lower so that will make a difference, but we have to look at the big picture. why do we go through this year after year after year? when we keep on electing politicians who are anti-drilling and we know what the problem is, we know the strict regulations, the different cities burning a different type of blind, we havd to come up with a nationalized blend or original blend to take advantage of shortages when we have refinery issues upon refineries. we can hold the entire city of los angeles hos
industry. so part of the reason i went to california is to understand what drives innovation and investment in this industry, but also to hear from them about ways that washington could be more engaged to make sure that our decisions, you know, both reflect the nature of the business and help them do what they do even better. >> host: final question, eliza krigman. >> let's talk about the politics at the fcc. do you feel any pressure to be more conservative than commissioner mcdowell, and do you consult with one another about a team approach on the issues? >> guest: i don't feel any pressure -- [laughter] one way or the other. i can tell you we've never had any conversation like that, nor have i had a similar conversation about small p politics with any of my colleagues. the vast majority of our work is done on a bipartisan consensus basis, and when we do have concerns, these are issues where reasonable people can disagree, and we approach, you know, the disagreement in that way. and so i've been very fortunate to have four colleagues who are blessed with both deep understanding of communic
by the democrats, we have three seats in north carolina. there is a seat in indiana and california so we feel good about where we are going. we know this will be a tight election and this is the crunch time for both parties. host: david wasserman goes on to handicap the balance of the house -- guest: we need 25 seats to take back a house and those are his rankings. there are 66 seats across the country right now that president obama won in the 2008 election that are either controlled by republicans for our brand new season the districting not controlled by a democrat right now. we feel terrific about our prospects. we have 53 candidates currently on our registered blue program that highlights our best campaigns. that is twice the number of seats we need to take back the majority. there is plenty of capacity for us to take this back. wasserman has been moving the rankings in our way. host: he also takes up the point you made that democrats are fond of noting how may house republicans were carried in 2008. and and guest: we have 53 candidates. these are campaigns that are our highest benchmarks for
. in states like texas and california, that proportion's even greater. in texas 48% of the entire population under 18 is latino. in california 51% of the entire population under 18 is latino which explains why our electorate is growing as young people turn 18 years of age and enter the electorate. oops. like to talk a little bit now about the impact latinos will have on congressional races. first, there are two latinos running for the united states. in arizona, former surgeon general richard carmona is facing congressman jeff flake to succeed senator jon kyl. the former surgeon general actually has, i think, pretty good opportunities to be successful on november 6th. it's a race that's being watched nationally and may increase the number of latinos in the united states senate. in texas former solicitor general ted cruz has excellent opportunities to be elected on november 6th, becoming the first hispanic to represent hispanics in the united states senate from texas. in the united states house, there are currently 24 latinos serving the u.s. house of representatives. two are not running for r
. >>> officials now say it was a great white shark that killed a surfer off southern california tuesday. the shark is estimated to be between 15 and 16 feet long based on the size of the teeth marks left on the surfer's board. the beach is now closed. >>> in other news, singapore airlines plans to stop flying from singapore to newark, new jersey, takes 19 hours. the carrier blames rising fuel prices and lower passenger demand. >>> throw new crew members arrived within the hour, joining three others who have been on the orbiting lab since july. >>> today, president obama will go where no other president in u.s. history has gone, becoming the first commander in chief to vote early. he talked about his plans moments ago the a rally in florida. >> i'm going to stop in chicago. i'm going to do some early voting in chicago. i can't tell you who i'm voting for. it's a secret ballot. >> following the lead of the first lady, who cast her absentee ballot last week. early voting was a boom to then senator obama's campaign in 2008, more than half of them were cast in his favor. this year it seems to be giving
to say having grown up on the east coast before i went to california and then i had to deal with earthquakes, not hurricanes but having been through a lot of hurricanes i'm just amazed that this one -- there's been so many where they've been predicted then they went out to sea or they went off-course or whatever. this storm was tracked perfectly from the very beginning and the course of it, where it hit when it hit right on target. >> i was amazed when it took that western turn. the fact -- the track that was shown, i said this is unbelievable. all of a sudden, boom, it just takes that sharp left turn. >> if you watched this weekend i was like is this thing going to turn? everything is saying it is going to turn but you had the blocking high to the northeast. like i said, a little bit of luck in the set-up, too. you had the cold air come in. i can remember i was on the cable network saturday morning. we were talking about a couple of feet of snowfall. the storm in general you know, well forecasted, there are goi
in north carolina, a seat in arkansas and a seat in indiana and a seat in california. we feel good about where we're going. we know this is going to be a tight election. and this is a crunch time for both of the parties. host: he goes on to handicap the balance of the house like this saying that republicans by no means have fallen into a sink hole here. they have a need to knock off between 35 and 40 g.o.p. incumbents yet today there are only 35 g.o.p. income bents and only eight in likely republican category. guest: well we need 25 seats to take back the house. and those are his rankings. what i can tell you is there are e6 seats across the country right now that president obama won in the last election that are controlled by lepcans or brand new seats not controlled by a democrat right now. we feel terrific about our prospects. we have 53 candidates right now on our program that highlights our best campaigns. that's twice the number of seats that we need to take back the majority. so there is presentty of capacity for us to take this back. washington, as you saw is continuing to move t
and a talk about california being an example of a future that none of us want for our country. they said we don't have to look at greece or spain, just look at california. so we know what lies ahead if we don't get our act together. and i think, i think there's a constituency and i think it's all about leadership. as a former governor, i make him it was just not the case that i could go to the legislation to i consider my ideas, legislators, i hope you can give me something that will work. leadership starts at the top in an organization. the chief executive has to lead. >> we've seen and we saw in this conversation here, an unwillingness for both sides to move off of their points. we've seen over the past few weeks a lot of talk about going over the cliff. we saw schumer last week start to throw some cold water on avenues that have been viewed as, or potential around these issues. are you reading this as an inability to advance the ball? >> i certainly hope senator schumer was a one off for purposes of the fall campaign, and that that is an action way things because that was very unhelpful
're going to take those cases. the other question is whether they will hear the challenge to california's proposition 8. that is also before the supreme court. not clear whether they would hear that. they may take the cases and decide to punt on prop 8. >> if they do that, again, is that more in the thanksgiving timetable? >> probably. i would think we're not going to hear about any of these until late november. and that would mean they wouldn't be argued until next year. the other cases you mentioned, the question of affirmative action. almost every college and university in america that is at all selective in admissions uses some form of affirmative action. they want to achieve a racially diverse campus. because they want to believe that better qualifies or prepares students for the outside world. this case comes from the university of texas, a high school student that didn't get in. she's saying it was unconstitutional, she was denied her spot because texas does consider the race in rounding out the class. they basically take the top performers. they're guaranteed. they do look at ra
at a rapid rate of 2 miles an hour and it's on its way to the california science center. by the way, when it flew it used to fly at 17,000 miles an hour, so this is pretty awesome, but to me, this is awesome. we've seen it riding with a rocket booster on the back of a 747, it will be pulled by an teeny, weinie toyota tundra. the idea of the difference between them. adorable. the whole thing weighs over 292,000 pounds. the endeavour alone weighs 150,000 pounds and that's a lot of carrying devices, et cetera. we looked this up, a toyota tundra has a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 pound, but when it pulls this spacecraft it's 282,000 pounds over its capacity. our john zarrella who gets everything science joins us from l.a. because you've had this fabulous assignment the whole journey. tell me where we are in the journey and how we're doing today. >> reporter: okay, where we are, ashleigh is we're parked and it's a tremendous opportunity for the people of los angeles and they're coming out with their kids and their families and getting to take pictures with the orbiter and what happened wa
california used to be a swing state where places went back and forth. we see these things change. now this era of the end of the national campaign could change in the future, but for now it seems here to stay. >> chris, that national journal report talked about the president's team maybe pulling out of key states like north carolina, virginia, and florida while unwilling to concede that they might be losing in those states. let's play the what-if game, if you would indulge me for a minute. we never had an electoral college tie, 269-269. more and more people like our friend nate silver are talking about the possibility of an electoral tie this year. what do you make of that? is that wishful thinking? do we want some absurd, hilarious scenario? >> as journalists we wanted tochto. a tie would be historic. it would go to the house of representatives, of course, ruled by the republicans at this time. the odds are pretty small. obama's campaign is looking at other states. this is a plan b, because they know they can pick up came of them, they can secure the 270 electoral votes they need. th
's boyfriend and lawyer may wind uppen couup in a court after a california judge rein stated his convictions. initially convicted of conspireing to provide the actress with prescription drugs. but those charges were later thrown out. now an appeal lalt judge says the earlier judge was wrong to toss out their convictions. >>> new warning from centers for disease controechlt the laundry detergent pods are posing a public health hazard. more children are eating the concentrated soap, mistakening them for candy and getting sick. during a recent 30-day period nearly 500 children ingested those detergent pods. most of them under age 5. >> they look like candy. >> like mints. in the container, looks, looks, got the flip lid. >> yeah, looks like candy. >> let's do some baseball. troilt detroit tigers going to the world series for the second time in seven years. they got off to a great start yesterday against the yankees when mvpdelman young droven a run in the first inning. >> i probably shouldn't cheer for the tigers, i live in new york. i will any way. broke it open when mickey c cabrera hit a hom
. the california democratic party endorsed this proportion to label food in direct opposition to the american medical association. the anti-vaccine movement started on the left even though it spread beyond those confines and also opposition to natural gas. there's a whole host of issues. i found that the left is not always pro-science. >> in a lot of ways, science like religion, has been co-oped by politics and is used to strans an agenda by both sides. how can we retain a faith in science when even science journalists can't be trusted anymore it seems? >> well, i think that sometimes -- you are right that sometimes science journalists can fall prey to hype and fall prey to political biases. the best way to avoid that is to have people more engaged in actual reading of like scientific journals or read more addition read the news arm of, for instance "nature." if people read more scientific journals and get the general gist of what a scientific article says, you can go right to the source and learn right from the source and read a wide variety of viewpoints in science. that's what we do at rea
. the accusations include billing the government for unnecessary ambulance rides in california. writing prescriptions force patients in dallas that did not qualify. the investigation is part of an effort by the obama administration for health care savings. next is a call from florida, this is gerard. caller: thank you for taking my call. my call this morning -- [unintelligible] when you answer the question, about the role of the government, [unintelligible] they believe people can vote without an id. [unintelligible] i do not understand that. i need someone to explain that. host: thank you. from florida on a voter id. on twitter -- the government's role is to ensure that america is a nation of laws. were billionaire tax cheat sit next to mom welfare cheat, both broke the law. next is sean. pennsylvania, a democrat. good morning, you are on. i am callingler: in about the debate that took place on monday. i believe the wealthy should pay more taxes. isght now, the middle tax suffering. that mitt romney literally lied. he said this, and then last night he changed -- wednesday night he chan
in california he will be holding a fund-raiser. one expected to raise about $160,000. so he's key to the campaign in addition to these entertainers, don. >> so a debate, two big names in the obama campaign, talked about today about the president's performance. what's their assessment four days later? i heard some of it this morning on the sunday shows. but what's their assessment of his performance? >> reporter: that's right. you're talking about david axelrod and david gibbs. they were on the sunday shows, and they were really going after mitt romney. yes, they admitted the president was disappointed in his performance during the debate, but also going after what mitt romney said during the debate coming right out and saying that he was dishonest. take a listen. >> i'm not going to take away from mitt's masterful thee at trickle performance. he did a superb acting job. you know, he did everything but learn tap dance. >> i think he was dishonest, absolutely, when he said he never proposed $5 trillion in tax cuts. that was dishonest. he said on the broadcast to 70 million americans
of california voters, 46 percent have considered leaving the state altogether. among the top three reasons given, 33 percent said california's high cost of living. 20 percent blamed the business climate. 14 percent said taxes. something to consider as californians get ready to vote on of $50 billion tax hike next week. the coast guard continues to search the atlantic ocean for the captain of the hms bounty, a replica of the 18th-century tall ship that sank during hurricane sandy of the north carolina coast yesterday. the coast guard able to rescue 14 of the 16 people aboard, remember it was unresponsive from the water was later declared dead. they're holding out hope that the ship's 63-year-old captain has survived the tragedy. up next, both candid it's scrapping their campaign schedules to concentrate on the hurricane sandy relief effort. the "a-team" will break down the political implications for both. we are joined by ed rollins, judy miller, doug shown. they are next. talk about a "a-team." ve lately. buthings are beginnings to get rolling., and regis here to help. making it easier with the
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